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Boeing Co. promoted Ted Colbert to chief information officer and vice president of information technology. He will replace Kim Hammonds, who is moving to Deutsche Bank AG later this month.
Mr. Colbert is taking the reins at a time of transition for Boeing's information technology department. In March, Boeing said it would lay off 1,500 IT workers in Washington over the next three years, according to an article by Dominic Gates at The Seattle Times. Some of the workers will relocate from Washington and Southern California to new Boeing IT centers in Missouri and South Carolina, which have a lower cost for IT talent.